The Queen’s Banquet will start its third season on June 1st in its theatre at the Haeundae Grand Hotel. ‘The Queen’s Banquet’ is a dance drama based on traditional dance and music.
The Queen’s Banquet started in 2015 and has been performed a total 300 times during its 1st and 2nd seasons in front of an audience of about 50,000 people, including Busan residents, tourists and cruise tourists from Korean and overseas, and international conference participants.
After the successful completion of season 1 and 2, season 3 begins on a revamped stage with diversified artistic dance and music performances. The performing stage has been expanded and the hologram video quality has been improved into high-definition.
It includes subtitles in four different languages — Korean, English, Chinese and Japanese.
Season 3 will show beautiful Korean court art and traditional dance and a performance in Yeongnam area. Music and dance, expressing local specialty food and attractions in Busan, will make audiences feel like traveling around Busan.
It will run from June 1st to December 30th at 8pm on weekdays, except Mondays and Tuesdays, and 4pm on weekends and public holidays. Holiday Mondays and Tuesdays will start at 4pm. Tickets are ₩30,000 and online reservations are available at busan.gugak.go.kr or www.interpark.com.
There are various ticket discount programs, including 10,000 won for Busan residents with an ID card or other proof of residency documents.
Event at a Glance
The Queen’s Banquet
Period: June 1 – December 30, 2017 (Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays)
Venue: Exclusive Theater in Haeundae Grand Hotel
Time: 8 p.m. (Wed. – Fri.), 4 p.m. (weekends and public holidays)
For more info: Busan National Gugak Center ☎051-811-0114
Exclusive Theater in Haeundae Grand Hotel ☎051-747-6425
Hosted by: Busan National Gugak Center, Busan Tourism Organization
Organized by: Korean Traditional Performing Arts Foundation
Supported by: Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Busan Metropolitan City, Korea Tourism Organization
Website: Busan National Gugak Center